Large wooden girls  play kitchen £55.99 @ big red warehouse
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Large wooden girls play kitchen £55.99 @ big red warehouse

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Found 14th Mar 2015
Girls large wooden kitchen. I bought one of these for my 3 year old at christmas a year ago and it's great. Not seen it this cheap tho very sturdy and long lasting kitchen. Shows at a price of 69.99 enter code 20EVENT for 20% off

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Ah,large wooden girls .....

Would it be to small for a tall 5 year old ?

Original Poster

Check the height measurements then measure how tall your child is. My daughters probly the height of a 4 year old and it's no where near too smAll yet

Postage charges are added so cost comes up at nearly £60, did youhave a free del code, would love to orer it.

I bought this for my son for Xmas, yes I know it has pink on it but at 3yo he's not yet associating pink with girls & it actually is just very colourful and fits well in our medium sized garden play house. I think I paid around £90 and I was extremely happy with it for that price. It builds quite easy, apart from the doors which I had a little trouble getting right, but it's pretty good quality. It will take around 3hrs for someone with a few brain cells to build. Size wise it "slightly" smaller than the official measurements but not by much. My son is very tall for his age 4yo in April and 1.10m tall & the kitchen is a good size for him now. But at the end of the day when he grows taller I'm sure like young kids do, they just kneel down and play with stuff, so I'm not worried it being to small in another year! I do think £60 is an excellent price as when I paid around £90 for it last October time, I bought it from this company when they had a 20% sale on. The delivery was good and although the box was quite heavy, it wasn't to big. Hope that helps someone. I defiantly would recommend this if you want a more stable kitchen that will last!

appreciate your you comments, I have just ordered for my 4 year old

missie1

I bought this for my son for Xmas, yes I know it has pink on it but at … I bought this for my son for Xmas, yes I know it has pink on it but at 3yo he's not yet associating pink with girls & it actually is just very colourful and fits well in our medium sized garden play house. I think I paid around £90 and I was extremely happy with it for that price. It builds quite easy, apart from the doors which I had a little trouble getting right, but it's pretty good quality. It will take around 3hrs for someone with a few brain cells to build. Size wise it "slightly" smaller than the official measurements but not by much. My son is very tall for his age 4yo in April and 1.10m tall & the kitchen is a good size for him now. But at the end of the day when he grows taller I'm sure like young kids do, they just kneel down and play with stuff, so I'm not worried it being to small in another year! I do think £60 is an excellent price as when I paid around £90 for it last October time, I bought it from this company when they had a 20% sale on. The delivery was good and although the box was quite heavy, it wasn't to big. Hope that helps someone. I defiantly would recommend this if you want a more stable kitchen that will last!


It's smaller than my 3 year old daughter.:/

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kizzi

Would it be to small for a tall 5 year old ?


My niece is a tall soon to be 5 year old and she plays with my daughters and it's fine she loves is Xxx

My little girl got this at christmas and loves it it's a great hight, looks gorgeous and is solid! No complains and for this price deffo heat added!! Xxx

Already posted.

By me

Does the fridge section have shelves in it as the oven doesn't look like it does

For a boy you could easily paint it (use chalk paint) you could even decoupage a super hero theme. Brilliant price. Heat added

It was posted about a week ago. The funny thing is this same company is selling it on ebay for £89 with free delivery, so £59 as it comes from their website is a very good price! Ordered one on Wednesday and received Friday eve. Very good buy.

SkyBlu75

Already posted.By me


But you forgot to stereotype in your post.

"girls kitchen", yes because god forbid a boy pretend to use a kitchen or anything coloured pink.
Edited by: "ethicsgradient" 16th Mar 2015

mariefindlay

For a boy you could easily paint it (use chalk paint) you could even … For a boy you could easily paint it (use chalk paint) you could even decoupage a super hero theme. Brilliant price. Heat added



Or for a girl who doesn't like pink. What if the boy likes it in pink? Surely he'd be sad to see it painted over...

Great teach them their place from a young age.

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sandee1989

Or for a girl who doesn't like pink. What if the boy likes it in pink? … Or for a girl who doesn't like pink. What if the boy likes it in pink? Surely he'd be sad to see it painted over...



If you want to be picky that's fine!
Was just making a suggestion if someone wanted this for a boy it could easily be painted.

My boys wouldn't care what colour it is they have pink prams I've bought
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